A Conversation with DJ Dainjazone - Page 3
Bryan: It’s fascinating that you say you don’t have goals; you just go with the flow. Do you think that goal setting makes people a little more lax after that goal has been achieved?
Dainjazone: I think once people get there they realize that they need to keep going; they don’t just stop at that point. It’s great that you got there, celebrate, throw a party, blow out candles – but you have to stay there. You have to work hard and continue to maintain yourself at that level. I can only speak for myself, but I think that some people look at that end goal but they don’t want to do the hard work that it takes to get there. If it weren’t for my hard work, I wouldn’t have gotten to the level I’m at. I know my work ethic got me here.
When it comes to deejaying, DJ Dainjazone has earned the nickname “Leader of the New School.” His style is tastefully eclectic while still managing to be original. Be sure to check out his site to hear his sounds, and to see where he’ll be next so you can him out.